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Honours for Kallimorphos, flautist [edit]

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[?The Council and the People honoured Tiberius Claudius] Kallimorphos, son of [Tiberius] Claudius Agathangelos, who was priest for life of the goddess Nike, first and only circuit-victor of the choral flautists of all time, who won the sacred games listed below. Pythia, Actia, the shield from Argos twice, Barbillea at Ephesus four times in succession, and the overall contest, Pergamum three times in succession and the overall contest, provincial festival of Syria at Antioch twice in succession, provincial festival of Cilicia twice in succession, Olympia at Cyzicus and the overall contest, Olympic Hadriana at Ephesus. Contests in the talent category, or the half talent category, he won all those in which he competed.
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